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has a margin of error of plus or minus 4%. all 3 candidates have campaign stops in central and northern iowa today. clinton is currently campaigning in adel, just west of des moines. this is a live look at her 'get out the caucus' event at the adel family fun center. she has campaign stops scheduled in eastern and central iowa every day leading up to monday's caucuses. she made several campaign appearances yesterday in eastern iowa, including this one at the hotel winneshiek in decorah. mrs. clinton told the crowd president obama has not received enough credit from republicans for his work over the past 7 years. while she says the country is on the right track, she says there's still more work to do. " 14:55 what has not recovered is incomes, is recouping the lost family wealth. 401ks, iras. and what everyone used to stay afloat. the job of the next president, assuming it's a democratic president, is building on what we've achieved but go further. "
republicans by a wide margin -- in national polls. it's still tight here in iowa in recent polling against ted cruz. yesterday, trump stopped at the university of iowa yesterday where plenty of supporters and protestors showed up. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy has more. "this space inside the university of iowa fieldhouse was completely filled with people waiting to hear from republican presidential front-runner donald trump. but not everyone was a supporter." scenes like this stopped donald trump's speech at least half a dozen times tuesday night. an organized group of protestors with bright red t-shirts reading "i stand with my muslim neighbors" interrupted trump with plastic whistles.. for one iowa city mother, she's here for her son.
stand up when he sees things that he doesn't agree with, so i feel like i needed to be here. i really feel strongly that love is more powerful than hate." but several supporters also stood in the crowd - including several university of iowa football players. cj beathard and others threw out trump hats from the stage with tight end peter pekar sending a caucus message to the crowd.. 12:52:42 "in order to steer the country in the right direction and make america great again, vote for trump. go hawks." trump touched on issues like building up our military, keeping jobs in the us, and reforming education. 01:14:13 "we're spending tremendous amount of money educating our students... yet we're number 28 in world. so we have 27 countries ahead of us. "
the difference as they decide on a candidate. 12:53:50 "donald trump to me, needs to get more into the specifics. to me, he talks about immigration, but that's one of the only policies he really covers. he's also given his tax pla, but aside from that i find it's very hard to find the specifics. and he makes it a lot more personal than it needs to be." "democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will also make an appearance here at the fieldhouse ahead of caucus night. he'll speak at 6:30 this saturday with a special appearance by from the band vampire weekend. in iowa city, sarah mccarthy, kcrg-tv9 news." stay with kcrg t-v nine for complete caucus coverage monday night. we'll have live reports from des moines and across eastern iowa along with expert analysis. it all starts at 8 pm on kcrg 9.2 then, we'll have full coverage starting at nine o'clock right here on t-v nine. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has
after enjoying some sunshine this morning, clouds are on their way back in this afternoon. they may produce some passing flurries or light snow through the evening as highs reach the lower 30s. scattered flurries remain possible tonight into tomorrow, mainly in the morning, but there will be little to no accumulation through that time. areas of fog and drizzle may develop saturday with a chance of light rain/snow on sunday with highs well into the 30s both days. a more potent storm system is set to come through the midwest tuesday and wednesday of next week, which will bear watching.toda y: m/cloudy, flurries/lt. snow high: 30-36 winds: sw 15-25 alo: 32 dbq: 32 iow: 34 5 people involved in an incident
summer say two police officers used excessive force during the disturbance. tina dean, her 3 children and another 13-year-old were involved in the incident last august. the fight happened in august in the alley behind the 1800 block of white street. police say a group of people circled up and were about to fight. the first officer to respond tried several times to break up the circle. he says while he was taking a 12 year old boy into custody, the group circled the officer. that's when the officer says he used pepper spray on the crowd. the lawsuit says officers jay murray and brian jobgen didn't need to use pepper spray to break up the group. the lawsuit also says police did not have probable cause to arrest dean's 12-year-old son and 14- year-old daughter. interference with official acts. investigators in southern iowa say a man - missing since last week - died in a car crash. police say a passer-by spotted a car yesterday morning in a ravine in albia- that's in monroe of 50-year-old leslie hartley
ago today. the iowa state patrol is investigating the crash. a woman has been arrested for child endangerment after a deadly crash in fayette county that she wasn't involved in. emergency crews were called to the business resale therapy along highway 18 in clermont sunday evening. the fayette county sheriff's office said 38 year old james tackett's vehicle smashed into the building. he died at the scene, but a 5-year old girl in the back was taken to the hospital. investigators found alcohol may have played a factor. the sheriff's office also determined tackett is a convicted sex offender who didn't register his status in fayette county. they also learned the child in the car was the daughter of 27 year old hilary upton. they say upton knew he had not registered his status... and let tackett watch her daughter. upton faces a child endangerment charge. a pro-life group is pleased that planned parenthood is closing its health center in dubuque. planned parenthood of the heartland
services there immediately. the non profit says it's doing that because there isn't enough demand at the location on hillcrest road. dubuque county right for life applauded the decision. "very excited. very good news. we've looked forward to this. now we can have more time to continue our education efforts in more avenue instead of planned parenthood. " planned parenthood says it plans to shift resources from the dubuque clinic to its cedar rapids location where it's seeing a growing demand for services. there's a new treatment for a condition affecting 1 out of every 10 americans. the promising, but experimental treatment uses something much safer than drugs to deal with depression. meteorologist justin gehrts
after enjoying some sunshine this morning, clouds are on their way back in this afternoon. they may produce some passing flurries or light snow through the evening
as highs reach the lower 30s. scattered flurries remain possible tonight into tomorrow, mainly in the morning, but there will be little to no accumulation through that time. areas of fog and drizzle may
of light rain/snow on sunday with highs well into the 30s both days. a more potent storm system is set to come through the midwest tuesday and wednesday of next week, which will bear watching.toda y: m/cloudy, flurries/lt. snow high: 30-36 winds: sw 15-25 alo: 32 dbq: 32 iow: 34 tonight: scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 28 tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 33 iow: 35 tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 25
depression most of her life but, she says a few years ago, it became almost debilitating. jerri didn't want to use medication, so she enrolled in a clinical trial at mass general hospital in boston that's testing a new and promising non-drug treatment called 'near infrared light' "the near infra-red light thru the forehead gets to the powerhouse of the the cell which are the mitochondria and leads to more energy in the brain area that are close to the source of light."dr. cassano says the light also decreases inflammation in the brain and increases connections between neurons- all of which seems to help a person feel better. it's still experimental, but jerrie believes the treatment works. "now, i'm functioning, i'm working, i'm busy"another novel approach to treating depression at mass general.the use of small doses of the anesthetic drug- ketamine. depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the u.s. and it's likely caused in part by chemical imbalances in the brain. "they don't realize this is a treatable condition, they don't realize they can feel better sometimes in as just a few weeks.in boston i'm lindia
signs and symptoms of depression include feeling sad or anxious... feeling fatigued, having difficulty concentrating... and losing interest in tivities. depression, please seek help as soon as possible. a double-header tonight for iowa conference basketball -- the city showdown in the university of tonight. the women's game starts at 6, the men's game at 8. live on kcrg 9.2. iowa is one of the leading producers of food in the country. but how much of that is going back to iowa school lunches? david geiger explains
agribgood morning, this is the agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. ---- iowa is now tracking how much local food goes to local schools.. the iowa department of agriculture announced that it's the first in the nation to track how much food iowa school services buy from local farms. the most recent data shows by november 2015, schools had purchased about 35 thousand dollars worth of local food.. the most from frozen dairy products.. about two thousand pounds.. worth about 55 hundred dollars.. the of that for about three bucks.. idals partnered marketing service on these reports.. set to be released at the end of every month for a school year.. the numbers are submitted voluntarily.. the department of ag looks to add more names to the reporting list.. ---- because of
foreign agricultural service is delaying the u-s export sales report. it won't come out now until friday of this week.. but.. that didn't really affect yesterdays trade in the markets. "a really choppy trade here again today, similar as yesterday. do have a little bit of a spillover from the wheat contracts over into corn." "keeping the
corn market supportive today, despite a whole lot of fresh news anywhere. export fronts, even weather wise, just not much out there at all into south america even. harvest very slow system so far. not a huge sample being done. especially in beans right now, just really choppy. just waiting on fresh news coming into february." "it's not looking too bad at all, been kind of choppy. especialy in the feeders, we're up 80 on the nearby contracts right now, we were in change about an hour ago, then right back higher. not any cash trade being down south. but
"we're still holding right above the 100 day moving average on the nearby contracts, that's what i'm watching. that still looks good. and see how that holds together, as long as cash still does. i think we still got a little more upside here yet. a little bit antsy here about maybe taking some profits. but as long as the cash market
hangs in i still think there's a short term upside." ---- the u-s senate is taking up its comprehensive energy bill.. the first in eight years.. which holds some key points for the increasing role of energy in agriculture. the energy policy modernization act enters congress at a time of very low oil, gas, and natural gas prices.. and could make it easier for energy production.. one of the few bright spots in the agriculture economy.. the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says it will end outdated programs.. modernize electric power grids.. and extend the conservation fund... "it won't raise taxes, it won't add a dime to the deficit the a truly bipartisan
why it was supported in four." approved bipartisan amendments.. and kicked out more controversial ones.. however.. those may still come up on the senate floor where democrats are aiming for climate change recognition.. and republicans want to make energy project approval easier. ---- and that wraps up our show for today.. thanks for joining us on the agribusiness report.. i'll see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.27 oc webtease toyota held on to its title of 'top-selling automaker' in 2015. the japanese automaker sold more than 10 million cars last year. that's despite the massive recall over faulty airbags. toyota recalled millions of of vehicles over concerns the airbags it installed could explode. last year, volkswagen briefly passed toyota in global sales. but that was before before an emissions scandal damaged the german automaker's
back in working order this midday after an overnight
scare. police responded to the airport late last night after someone spotted a suspicious white substance near the baggage claim area. the incident closed down a portion of the airport overnight. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders was at the airport all morning and has more. a suspicious package at the eastern iowa airport led to the closing off of part of the baggage claim area tuesday night into early wednesday morning.a release from the cedar rapids police department said dispatchers received a report of a suspicious package around 7:20 p.m. tuesday. airport spokesperson pam hinman said airline personnel alerted airport employees just before 7 p.m. of a suspicious bag that arrived on a flight from chicago. authorities secured the area around the package as a safety precaution, she said. a substance inside the package was tested by members of the 71st civil support team, a unit of the iowa national guard, and determined to be non- hazardous. hinman said the baggage belt area was reopened around 4 a.m. wednesday.
the investigation, authorities said in cedar rapids, forrest saunders, kcrg-tv9 cedar rapids police
and community leaders introduced a new community action team program this morning. its part of a new city council task force to focus on law enforcement's response to violence. but they also want to get at the root causes of poverty as a way to decrease violence. this new group consolidates the efforts that sprung up following a shooting that killed a cedar rapids teenage. last september, 14-year-old robert humbles shot 15-year-old aaron richardson near redmond park. this is video from the scene. richardson ran to a house in the 300 block of 16th street se for help. he later died in the hospital.
voluntary manslaughter last year. he's now in a juvenile detention center, where he'll stay until he turns 18. then, a judge will decide whether he'll be released or go to adult prison. cedar rapids mayor ron corbett says the city wants to avoid repeating efforts and focus on the role poverty plays in violence. that's why they formed the task force. it will consist of about 20 members representing numerous groups. they will study how to make the city more fair and equitable for all. violence singularly, but we think we can be more effective if we take a broader approach, a deeper look if you will a systemic look at some of the problems we face " "as a community, we need to address job creation and employment and housing. we need to address just a whole system of poverty" those on the council say they'll probably spend several months studying the problem and current resources. the city
a preliminary report in june and a final report next december. we have an update on a story we first brought you yesterday at midday... this farley woman is facing multiple charges after leading police on a chase from illinois into iowa. officers from the jo daviess county, illinois, sheriff's office tried to stop 28 year old michelle brandenburg at the walmart in galena. but she drove off, and officers finally caught her on south grandview avenue in dubuque. she was wanted on a warrant for a pre-trial supervision violation. in addition to the warrant, she now faces eluding charges. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... after enjoying some sunshine this morning,
this afternoon. they may produce some passing flurries or light snow through the evening as highs reach the lower 30s. scattered flurries remain possible tonight into tomorrow, mainly in the morning, but there will be little to no accumulation through that time. areas of fog and drizzle may develop saturday with
a chance of light rain/snow on sunday with highs well into the 30s both days. a more potent storm system is set to come through the midwest tuesday and wednesday of next week, which will bear watching.toda y: m/cloudy, flurries/lt. snow high: 30-36 winds: sw 15-25 alo: 32 dbq: 32 iow: 34 with only a few days to go before the iowa caucuses, presidential candidates are calling iowa home through the rest of the week.
candidate hillary clinton. she's in adel right now and will make about a dozen more stops leading up to caucus night on monday. mrs. clinton is leading in most national polls, but has lost her lead in iowa. a qunnipiac university poll of likely democratic caucus-goers found that she's currently trailing vermont senator bernie sanders by four points in the state. on the republican side, the final debate before the iowa caucuses will
be without the candidate who tends to get the most attention. donald trump won't take part in the fox news debate tomorrow night. his campaign manager says he will hold events in iowa, instead. there has been an ongoing feud between trump and fox news since the first debate back in august. trump has repeatedly criticized host megyn kelly for what he calls unfair questioning during the debate. new jersey governor chris christie has is campaigning in iowa later today. he'll be at the courtside sports bar and grill in dubuque tonight. that event
former arkansas governor mike huckabee is part of the state today. he was at a senior citizen's center in marshalltown earlier this morning and will make 2 more stops in ames and boone later this afternoon. stay with kcrg t-v nine for complete caucus coverage monday night. we'll have live reports eastern iowa along with expert analysis. it kcrg nine full coverage starting at nine o'clock right here on t-v nine. six train cars derailed overnight close to the mississippi river -- near the iowa-minnesota state line. canadian pacific says 15 cars went off the tracks in the town of reno. that's just a few miles north of allamakee county in iowa. six of the cars ended up going into the mississippi river. canadian pacific says one of the cars involved leaked sodium chlorate on the ground,
concern of it getting into the water. the highway running along the railroad was closed for several hours, but has since reopened. no one was hurt. federal investigators say they have a good idea what caused a deadly train crash in philadelphia last year. the ntsb says an amtrak engineer was distracted by radio chatter from other train operator when the train crashed in may. the crash killed 8 people and injured more than 200 others. the ntsb is expected to release more details on the crash next week. several members of a militia that occupied a federal building in oregon are now in police custody. the group's leader was arrested last night after an exchange of gunfire. abc's ray raimundi has the latest. right now -- a containment zone has been set up by oregon state police and fbi agents around the wildlife refuge where there are now several checkpoints. this as law enforcement agents moved in overnight... to end an almost month long occupation from armed
bullets flying outside the malheur national wildlife refuge in oregon. tensions -- boiling over -- between armed anti-government protestors and law- enforcement. the end result -- one occupier is dead, one wounded, and several more arrested. sot: briana bundy phoner: "they just unloaded on him and just shot him like a whole bunch of times and they killed him." the daughter of protestor spokesman lavoy finicum speaking to abc news....after protestors say he was shot and killed. finicum spoke to gma earlier this month. sot: lavoy finicum speaking to george: "we have no intent of pointing a gun at anybody. we must be clear, who's pointing guns at me and ammon, they have. who said we will shoot you, we never have. they have." the takedown of the militants...conducted by oregon state police and fbi agents...unfolding late tuesday afternoon...af ter we're told members of the armed group...were on their way to a community meeting. soon thereafter -- a gunfire erupted during a traffic stop. sot: jason patrick "well i've heard a couple people were shot and one person is dead" today -- booking photos released -- showing 7 of the occupiers arrested -- including group leader amon bundy and his brother...arre sted right outside the compound. nats: of protestors what was once a peaceful
ow turning deadly...after 24 days. the frustration -- growing stronger amongst community members sot: "im glad to see the end of this.. hopefully it is the ends of this." ray on camera tag: we're told the anti- government protestor who was wounded in the shootout has been treated and released from the a local hospital and is now in fbi custody. additional arrest were also made in arizona. most of those arrested face federal felony conspiracy charges. rr, abc news, ny. an actor with a legy from the 's... and even to 2016... passes away. abe vigoda's longevity became his branding for the last few decades before he passed away on tuesday. more in today's showbiz wrap. plus, when we see hayden fry back in coralville for fryfest to open the football season --- a statue of the legendary former iowa football coach should also be unveiled... meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
after enjoying some sunshine this morning, clouds are on their way back in this afternoon. they may produce some passing flurries or light snow through the evening as highs reach the lower 30s. scattered flurries remain possible tonight into tomorrow, mainly in the morning, but there will be little to no accumulation through that time. areas of fog
develop saturday with a chance of light rain/snow on sunday with highs well into the 30s both days. a more potent storm system is set to come through the midwest tuesday and wednesday of next week, which will bear watching.toda y: m/cloudy, flurries/lt. snow high: 30-36 winds: sw 15-25 alo: 32 dbq: 32 iow: 34 tonight: scattered flurries low:
tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 33 iow: 35 tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 25 friday: mostly cloudy high: 38 - low: 24 saturday: areas of fog, drizzle high: 39 - low: 28 sunday: chance of light rain/snow high: 37 - low: 33 monday: chance of rain/snow late high: 36 - low: 26 tuesday: snow likely
hollywood is mourning sgt. fish. abe vigoda, a hollywood fixture for decades, was perhaps best on the 1970's series barney miller. his daughter says the actor died in his sleep tuesday, at her home in new jersey. cause of death? old age she says, noting he was never sick. the 94 year old also played sal tessio in the birth of a nation the slave rebellion the birth of a nation set a record at sundance this for a bucks - the highest prices ever paid for a film at the festival. on the red carpet at sundance director nate parker talked about the diversity issue facing hollywood right now 2. soundbite nate parker, director/acto r - on the lack of diversity in hollywood:ap-aptn-1300: us lena dunham also at sundance, lena dunham, who produced the documentary suited, was asked about first daughter malia obama interning last summer on the upcoming season of the hbo show girls 3. soundbite lena dunham, producer:girl s returns february 21st. and congratulatio ns to sicario actress emily blunt and her 13 hours star husband jon krasinski -
way - their 2nd. daughter hazel is almost 2. and that's what's happening in hollywood, i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles this year's fry fest will feature the unveiling of a new statue. the coralville city council is set to vote on a contract with a kalona company that could design and create a hayden fry statue. the contract would be with max-cast for making the $36,000 statue to honor the former hawkeye football coach. the plan is to have the statue ready for the annual hawkeye celebration and concert at the start of every football season. coralville hopes to put the statue somewhere in the iowa river landing. the mayor says there will be no cost to taxpayers. "the idea of the statue has been
now and we've been reserving funds from our various festivals that we've had, the brrr fest and the fry fest some of the proceeds from that we've been accumulating in a fund. " coralville has already named a street after the coach - hayden fry way. as noon approaches on wednesday, we'll take your questions on pet health... if you have a question for veternarian allen berger, call us now at 319-368-8606. for this week's veternarian
shows vermont senator bernie sanders with a 4 point lead over hillary clinton. the quinnipiac university poll showed 49 percent support for sanders and 45 for clinton. former maryland governor martin o'malley was a distant third with 4 percent support. five people filed a lawsuit against the city of dubuque and dubuque police after an incident last year. police used pepper spray to break up a group of people in an alley in august. the lawsuit says two police officers used excessive force at the disturbance and didn't have the rights to arrest a 12- year-old and 14-year-old involved. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. after enjoying some sunshine this morning, clouds are on their way back in this afternoon. they may produce some passing flurries or light snow through the evening as highs reach the lower 30s. scattered flurries remain possible tonight into tomorrow, mainly in the morning, but there will be little to no accumulation through that time. areas of fog and drizzle may develop saturday with a chance of light rain/snow on sunday with highs well into the 30s both days. a more potent storm system is set to come through the midwest tuesday and wednesday of next week, which will bear watching.toda y: m/cloudy, flurries/lt. snow
tonight: scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 28 tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 33 iow: 35 tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 25 friday: mostly cloudy high: 38 - low: 24 saturday: areas of fog, drizzle high: 39 - low: 28 sunday: chance of light rain/snow high: 37 - low:
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